It’s a good time to think about breast health

By LuisWert

There is currently no way to prevent breast cancer. It is the second most common cause of death from cancer among women in the country. There are steps women can take that will reduce their chances of developing breast cancer. These steps can be taken in October, which is national Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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Women need to be healthy in their weight. This is especially important for those who are starting middle age or later. Most of the estrogen found in women’s bodies after menopause comes from fat cells. Breast cancer risk can be increased by being overweight or obese. Estrogen can stimulate the growth of breast tumors. Breast cancer risk is greater for women who have extra weight around their waist than on their hips or thighs.

According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), these additional steps could help women lower their risk of breast cancer.

Avoid alcohol. Drinking alcohol is linked to an increased risk of developing breast carcinoma. Your risk of developing breast cancer increases the more you consume.

Get active. Research is showing that exercise reduces breast cancer risk. Each week, aim for 150 minutes of moderate intensity or 75 minutes vigorous-intensity exercise.

Consider the pros and cons to hormone therapy. Breast cancer risk can be increased by hormone therapy that includes both estrogen and progesterone. Although estrogen therapy that uses only estrogen after menopause doesn’t seem to increase breast cancer risk, it is not recommended for women who have a uterus. It is recommended that a woman consult her doctor to determine if hormone therapy is required to alleviate hot flashes and other symptoms associated with menopause.

Breast cancer can still develop despite these precautions. The ACS recommends that women with a high risk of developing breast cancer have mammograms at the age of 45.

Regular mammograms (breast scans) can detect early signs of cancer and help women get started on potentially lifesaving treatment. Ask your doctor if you are at increased risk for breast cancer.